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Doug Baily's Y-DNA report, Bailys from Brook Co VA and Fulton Co IL in HAPLOGROUP R1B- with the Bailey Men's DNA Testing Project at FamilyTree DNA
Per Joseph F Bailey in 2007, Doug's DNA was a match with eight others, seven of whom are a descendant of a different son of Joel Bayly & Anne Short, Quakers of Chester Co., VA from 1681; the remaining one is a descendant of an earlier ancestor, Thomas Bayly of Bromham Parish, Wiltshire, England. [2009 update: 11 cousins now participating]
Joseph Bailey had the following information on his site at http://www.baileywick.com, but it has since been removed.
It is somewhat different from the info on Thomas Baily Sr info already on this page, below.
Descendants of Thomas BAILY
Generation No. 1
1. THOMAS1 BAILY1 was born 08 Jun 1785 in Lancaster Co., PA, and died 27 Sep 1819 in Brooke County WV (used to be VA)1,1. He married (1) MARY FARNSWORTH1,1,1, daughter of ADONIJAH FARNSWORTH and HANNAH. She was born Abt. 1785 in PA, and died Jun 1816 in Brooke County WV (used to be VA)1,1. He married (2) WIFE (BAILY).

Notes for THOMAS BAILY:

born in Chester Co., PA according to Evan Baily
Thomas farmed in Brooke County, WV (VA at the time) His youngest child was born in 1819.
Notes for MARY FARNSWORTH:
2nd wife of Thomas BAILY of Brooke County WV
Children of THOMAS BAILY and MARY FARNSWORTH are:
i. JEMIMA2 BAILY, b. Sep 1800, Brooke County WV (used to be VA)1; m. THOMAS NIXON1.
Notes for JEMIMA BAILY:
Lived in southern Illinois with her husband, Thomas NIXON.
2. ii. EVAN BAILY, b. 16 Dec 1805, Brooke County WV (used to be VA); d. 17 Jul 1878, Fulton County IL.
Children of THOMAS BAILY and WIFE (BAILY) are:
3. iii. JR THOMAS2 BAILY, b. 02 Apr 1813, VA; d. 1860, Fulton Co., IL.
iv. MARY BAILY, m. THOMAS ALLISON.
v. ROBERT BAILY, b. 1790, Brooke Co., VA.
Notes for ROBERT BAILY:
Could this have been the Robert Baily who was a son of Thomas Baily, Sr. and brother of Mary Baily Allison, Isaac Baily, and Ruth Baily? 
Robert Bailey/Baily,
b about 1790,
moved from Brooke Co WV to Adams Co, OH and to Monroe Co IL.
Nancy Jarrard married Robert Bailey on 26 December 1816 in Adams Co. Ohio. Nancy apparently died before 1820. 
"In 1820, Robert Bailey was living alone in Monroe County, Illinois. He was listed as 26-45 yrs old. In 1821, he married Mary Roach (on 1 August 1821). By 1830, he was again living alone in the census records. 
Robert Bailey married Mary Ann Glass, widow, in St. Clair County, Illinois 03/03/1845. 
In the 1850 census we find Isaac Bailey, age 23 [b 1827] and Evan Bailey age 15 [b 1835], sons of the second marriage." (more...) 
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1820 census, Monroe Co IL: Bailey and Baily listings
p 60 line 5 Bailey, Samuel
p 56 line14 Baily, Isaac G.
p 56 line15 Baily, Robert 
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1883:Isaac J. Bailey and a Mr. Jarrot operated an old ox mill about a mile south of Madonnaville, IL. 
vi. ISAAC BAILY.
Notes for ISAAC BAILY:
Government Land Surveyor inTexas. 
Onr researcher wondered if Joseph Baily and Wolliam Baily of the Barnum & Baily Circuswere descendants of Isaac
vii. RUTH BAILY.
Generation No. 2
2. EVAN2 BAILY (THOMAS1)2,3 was born 16 Dec 1805 in Brooke County WV (used to be VA), and died 17 Jul 1878 in Fulton County IL. He married ELIZABETH MCHENRY4,4,4 11 May 18264, daughter of JAMES MCHENRY. She was born 28 May 1808 in Pennsylvania, USA4,4, and died 04 Apr 1891 in Fulton, Illinois, USA4,4,4.
Notes for EVAN BAILY:
More data at http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~vlwest/baily/
More About EVAN BAILY:
Residence: 1850, Vermont, Fulton, Illinois5
Notes for ELIZABETH MCHENRY:
Elizabeth married Evan BAILY on May 11 1826. At first they lived in East Liverpool, WV (actual town is in Ohio). They moved to Illinois in 1836. They had 7sons and 7 daughters.
Children of EVAN BAILY and ELIZABETH MCHENRY are:
i. THOMAS3 BAILY, b. 19 Jun 1829, Virginia, USA6; d. 05 Feb 19176; m. NANCY BOTTENBERG.
Notes for THOMAS BAILY:
Married Nancy BOTTENBERG, and had 15 children. Named for his father's father,Thomas's parents, Evan and Elizabeth McHenry BAILY, moved to Fulton County, IL in 1836. For more info, see:
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~vlwest/baily/
Notes for NANCY BOTTENBERG:
Nancy and Thomas BAILY had 15 children. For more info, see:
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~vlwest/baily/
ii. MARY ANN BAILY, b. Sep 1830, West Virginia, USA6; d. Sep 1840, Fulton, Illinois, USA6.
Notes for MARY ANN BAILY:
Mary Ann was about 12 when she died. Third child of Evan and Elizabeth McHenryBAILY.
iii. MARGARET BAILY, b. Sep 1830, Virginia, USA6; m. ELIPHAS HAINES.
Notes for MARGARET BAILY:
Married Eliphas HAINES, and had 6 children. Her parents, Evan and Elizabeth McHenry BAILY, moved to Fulton County, IL in 1836. For more info, see:
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~vlwest/baily/
Notes for ELIPHAS HAINES:
Eliphas and Margaret Baily HAINES had 6 children. For more info, see:
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~vlwest/baily/
iv. JEMIMA BAILY, b. Sep 1830, Virginia, USA6.
Notes for JEMIMA BAILY:
Married John HUGHES, and had 3 children. Named for her father's sister, Jemima's parents, Evan and Elizabeth McHenry BAILY, moved to Fulton County, IL in 1836.
v. JAMES MONROE BAILY, b. Sep 1840, Table Grove, Fulton, Illinois, USA6; d. Sep 1860, Kenesaw, Montana, USA6.
Notes for JAMES MONROE BAILY:
Died in the Civil War, in which he served as Captain in the 103d Regiment (IL?), during the Kenesaw Mountain Battle. James' parents, Evan and Elizabeth McHenry BAILY, moved to Fulton County, IL in 1836. 
(Source: Sarah Baily Barker; see
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~vlwest/baily/
vi. JOHN BAILY, b. Sep 1840, Table Grove, Fulton, Illinois, USA6; m. ADDIE MCCONNELL.
Notes for JOHN BAILY:
Married Addie MCCONNELL, and had 3 children. John's parents, Evan and Elizabeth McHenry BAILY, moved to Fulton County, IL in 1836. John and Addie BAILY may have lived in Girard, KS (Crawford County), having an uncle (Alexander) in Emporia, KS. For more info, see:
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~vlwest/baily/
Notes for ADDIE MCCONNELL:
Addie and John BAILY had 3 children, and are thought to have lived in Girard (Crawford County), KS. For more info, see:
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~vlwest/baily/
4. vii. ROBERT BAILY, b. 10 May 1840, Table Grove, Fulton, Illinois, USA; d. 01 Jan 1913, Lewistown, Fulton, Illinois, USA.
viii. ELIZABETH JANE BAILY, b. Sep 1850, Table Grove, Fulton, Illinois, USA6.
Notes for ELIZABETH JANE BAILY:
Married John BACON, and had 3 children. Perhaps named for her mother, Elizabeth's parents, Evan and Elizabeth McHenry BAILY, moved to Fulton County, IL in 1836. For more info, see:
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~vlwest/baily
ix. MARTHA C. BAILY, b. Sep 1850, Table Grove, Fulton, Illinois, USA6.
Notes for MARTHA C. BAILY:
Married a Mr. OSBORNE, but had no children. Martha's parents, Evan and Elizabeth McHenry BAILY, moved to Fulton County, IL in 1836. For more info, see:
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~vlwest/baily/
x. ISAAC BAILY6, b. 04 Apr 1847, Table Grove, Fulton, Illinois, USA6; d. 11 Sep 1927, Girard, Crawford, Kansas, USA6.
Notes for ISAAC BAILY:
Married Catherine BEALE, and had 8 children. Perhaps named for his father's elder half-brother, Thomas's parents, Evan and Elizabeth McHenry BAILY, moved to Fulton County, IL in 1836. For more info, see:
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~vlwest/baily/
5. xi. ALEXANDER BAILY, b. 1848, Table Grove, Fulton Co., IL.
xii. ANDREW DOUGLAS BAILY6, b. 19 Apr 1851, Table Grove, Fulton, Illinois, USA6; d. 19 Feb 1900, St Anthony, Idaho, USA6; m. SUSAN EVANGELINE DURRELL6, 16 Feb 1898, Denver, Denver, Colorado, USA6; b. 26 Nov 1852, Vermont, Fulton, Illinois, USA6; d. 02 Sep 1912, Nampa, Canyon, Idaho, USA6.
Notes for ANDREW DOUGLAS BAILY:
Married Demeris MERCHON, but had no children. Doug's parents, Evan and Elizabeth McHenry BAILY, moved to Fulton County, IL in 1836. For more info, see:
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~vlwest/baily/
xiii. SARAH ANN "SALLIE" BAILY, b. Sep 1850, Fulton, Illinois, USA6.
Notes for SARAH ANN "SALLIE" BAILY:
Married G. H. BARKER, and had 2 children. Sallie's parents, Evan and ElizabethMcHenry BAILY, moved to Fulton County, IL in 1836. For more info, see her family reunion speech, given around the early 1930s:
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~vlwest/baily/
xiv. NANCY BAILY6, b. Abt. 1827; m. HARVEY GREGG.
Notes for NANCY BAILY:
Married Harvey GREGG, and had 5 children. Her parents, Evan and Elizabeth McHenry BAILY, moved to Fulton County, IL in 1836. For more info, see:
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~vlwest/baily/
Notes for HARVEY GREGG:
Harvey and Nancy Baily GREGG had 5 children. For more info, see:
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~vlwest/baily/
3. JR THOMAS2 BAILY (THOMAS1)6 was born 02 Apr 1813 in VA6,6, and died 1860 in Fulton Co., IL. He married (1) SARAH ANN CLAY6 04 Aug 1836 in Ross, Ohio, USA6. She was born 1816 in Ohio, USA6, and died in Illinois, USA6. He married (2) AMERICA CRAIL6,6,6 06 Apr 1840 in Fulton, Illinois, USA6,6, daughter of WILLIAM CRAIL and MARGARET NELLES. She was born 1824 in Campbell Co., KY6,6,7,8, and died in Fulton Co., IL.
More About JR THOMAS BAILY:
Occupation: 1860, Master Carpenter
Notes for AMERICA CRAIL:
Lived in Vermont IL (Fulton County)
More About AMERICA CRAIL:
Residence: 1860, Vermont, Fulton, Illinois9
Children of THOMAS BAILY and SARAH CLAY are:
i. JANE3 BAILEY10, b. 1838, Ohio, USA10; d. 1861, Middletown, Illinois, USA10.
ii. LUCINDA BAILEY10, b. 25 May 1850, Ohio, USA10; d. 31 Jul 1888, Pleasant Valley, Logan, Illinois, USA10.
iii. ELISABETH BAILEY10, b. 1845, Ohio, USA10; d. 186010.
iv. CLAIRECE BAILEY10, b. 1860, Logan, Illinois, USA10; d. 187610.
v. ELIZA ISABEL BAILEY10, b. 1855, Ohio, USA10.
Children of THOMAS BAILY and AMERICA CRAIL are:
6. vi. ALEXANDER3 BAILY, b. Sep 1850, Fulton Co., IL.
vii. WILLIAM F BAILEY10,10, b. 26 Feb 1841, Ross, Ohio, USA10; d. 04 Oct 1915, Middletown, Illinois, USA10; Adopted child.
viii. GEORGE RICHARD BAILY, b. 1842, Fulton Co., IL10,10; d. 1915, Lincoln, Illinois, USA10,10; Adopted child.
More About GEORGE RICHARD BAILY:
Occupation: 1860, Junior Carpenter
Generation No. 3
4. ROBERT3 BAILY (EVAN2, THOMAS1) was born 10 May 1840 in Table Grove, Fulton, Illinois, USA10, and died 01 Jan 1913 in Lewistown, Fulton, Illinois, USA10. He married JULIA FLEURY. 
Notes for ROBERT BAILY:
Married Julia FLEURY, and had 6 children. Probably named for his father's older half-brother, Robert's parents, Evan and Elizabeth McHenry BAILY, moved to Fulton County, IL in 1836. For more info, see:
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~vlwest/baily/
Notes for JULIA FLEURY:
Julia and Robert BAILY had 6 children. For more info, see:
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~vlwest/baily/
Children of ROBERT BAILY and JULIA FLEURY are:
i. WILLIAM LEWIS4 BAILY.
Notes for WILLIAM LEWIS BAILY:
William BAILY lived in Table Grove (Fulton County) IL. For more info, see:
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~vlwest/baily/
ii. PERRY BAILY.
Notes for PERRY BAILY:
For more info, see:
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~vlwest/baily/
iii. BESSIE JUNE BAILY, m. ROBERT GEORGE.
Notes for BESSIE JUNE BAILY:
For more info, see:
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~vlwest/baily/
Notes for ROBERT GEORGE:
Robert lived in Cuba, Illinois. He was a founder of the Illinois Childrens AidSociety. He and Bessie June BAILY married about 1900.
For more info, see:
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~vlwest/baily/souders.html
iv. LAVINA BAILY.
Notes for LAVINA BAILY:
For more info, see:
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~vlwest/baily/souders.html
v. MARY BAILY.
Notes for MARY BAILY:
For more info, see:
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~vlwest/baily/souders.html
vi. ANNA BAILY.
Notes for ANNA BAILY:
For more info, see:
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~vlwest/baily/souders.html
5. ALEXANDER3 BAILY (EVAN2, THOMAS1)11 was born 1848 in Table Grove, Fulton Co., IL12,12. He married TABITHA TAYLOR. She was born Jun 1853 in Mount Sterling, Brown Co., IL.
Notes for ALEXANDER BAILY:
Married either Catherine PERRY (per Barker) or Katherine BOTTENBERG (per Souders), and had 5 children. Perhaps named for his father's younger half-brother, Alex's parents, Evan and Elizabeth McHenry BAILY, moved to Fulton County, IL in 1836. After his father's death in 1878, Alex and his family moved into the homestead to enable his mother to stay in her house. (She died there in 1892.) For more info, see:
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~vlwest/baily/
More About ALEXANDER BAILY:
Residence: 1910, Vermont, Fulton, Illinois13
Child of ALEXANDER BAILY and TABITHA TAYLOR is:
7. i. MARTIN EVAN4 BAILY, b. 04 Jan 1879, Mount Sterling, Brown Co., IL.
6. ALEXANDER3 BAILY (THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born Sep 1850 in Fulton Co., IL14,14. He married MARY KATHERINE PERRY14 04 Oct 188014. She was born 1858 in IL15.
More About MARY KATHERINE PERRY:
Residence: 1910, Vermont, Fulton, Illinois15
Children of ALEXANDER BAILY and MARY PERRY are:
i. MARTIN E4 BAILY, b. 04 Jan 1879, Table Grove, Fulton Co., IL.
More About MARTIN E BAILY:
Residence: 1880, Mount Sterling, Brown, Illinois, United States16
ii. CAROLINE BAILY17, b. 1881, Table Grove, Fulton Co., IL17.
More About CAROLINE BAILY:
Residence: 1910, Vermont, Fulton, Illinois17
iii. ADAH BAILY17, b. 1884, Table Grove, Fulton Co., IL17.
More About ADAH BAILY:
Residence: 1910, Vermont, Fulton, Illinois17
iv. MARTHA BAILY17, b. 1886, Table Grove, Fulton Co., IL17.
More About MARTHA BAILY:
Residence: 1910, Vermont, Fulton, Illinois17
v. MARGARET BAILY17, b. 1893, Table Grove, Fulton Co., IL17.
More About MARGARET BAILY:
Residence: 1910, Vermont, Fulton, Illinois17
vi. MIRIAM BAILY17, b. 1897, Table Grove, Fulton Co., IL17.
More About MIRIAM BAILY:
Residence: 1910, Vermont, Fulton, Illinois17
Generation No. 4
7. MARTIN EVAN4 BAILY (ALEXANDER3, EVAN2, THOMAS1) was born 04 Jan 1879 in Mount Sterling, Brown Co., IL18. He married EMMA C FELSMAN19,19 Bef. 1906, daughter of LOUIS FELSMAN and MARY SWETT. She was born Abt. 1880 in Camp Point, IL.
More About MARTIN EVAN BAILY:
Occupation: Mayor Mount Sterling, Brown Co., IL
Other-Begin: Brown County20
Residence: Not Stated, Brown, Illinois20
More About EMMA C FELSMAN:
Residence: 1900, Camp Point, Adams, Illinois21,21
Child of MARTIN BAILY and EMMA FELSMAN is:
8. i. HAROLD EUGENE5 BAILY, b. 23 Oct 1906, Mount Sterling, Brown Co., IL; d. 17 Feb 2006, Juneau, Juneau, Alaska.
Generation No. 5
8. HAROLD EUGENE5 BAILY (MARTIN EVAN4, ALEXANDER3, EVAN2, THOMAS1)22 was born 23 Oct 1906 in Mount Sterling, Brown Co., IL22, and died 17 Feb 2006 in Juneau, Juneau, Alaska23. He married (2) PAULINE GERTRUDE BOYD24 193424. She was born 27 Oct 190824.
More About HAROLD EUGENE BAILY:
Residence: 1910, Cooperstown, Brown, Illinois25
Social Security Number: 341-03-413126
SSN issued: Illinois26
Child of HAROLD EUGENE BAILY is:
i. DOUGLAS BOYD6 BAILY27, b. Abt. 1937, Mount Sterling, Brown Co., IL27; m. LANDA (BAILY); b. Abt. 1940, Alaska.
Notes for DOUGLAS BOYD BAILY:
Douglas B. Baily, Esq. 4/27/2004 2/23/2010 
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Attorney/Alaska Bar Appointment 
P.O. Box 22869 
Juneau, AK 99802
Douglas B. Baily
Alaska Bar Association
Name: Baily, Douglas B 
Birth - Death: 1937- 
Source Citation: 
Who's Who in American Law. Third edition. Wilmette, IL: Marquis Who's Who, 1983. (WhoAmL 3)
Who's Who in American Politics. 12th edition, 1989-1990. New York: R.R. Bowker, 1989. Use the Index to locate biographies. (WhoAmP 12)
Who's Who in American Politics. 13th edition, 1991-1992. New Providence, NJ: R.R. Bowker, 1991. Use the Index to locate biographies. (WhoAmP 13)
Who's Who in American Politics. 14th edition, 1993-1994. New Providence, NJ: R.R. Bowker, 1993. Use the Index to locate biographies. (WhoAmP 14)
Who's Who in American Politics(TM) (Bowker(R)). 15th edition, 1995- 1996. New Providence, NJ: R.R. Bowker, 1995. Use the Index to locate biographies. (WhoAmP 15)
Who's Who in American Politics(R) (Marquis(TM)). 16th edition, 1997- 1998. New Providence, NJ: Marquis Who's Who, 1997. Use the Index to locate biographies. (WhoAmP 16)
Who's Who in American Politics(R) (Marquis(TM)). 17th edition, 1999- 2000. New Providence, NJ: Marquis Who's Who, 1999. Use the Index to locate biographies. (WhoAmP 17) 
J.D., U.ofIL Law School 1964
Practiced Law in Alaska for Gov & Private since 1965
US Attorney for Alaska 1969 - 1971
member Alaska Legislature since 1987
(907)586-2266 Juneau, AL 99801
1959 Beloit College, Beloit, WI
1955 Evanston Twp HS Evanston, IL Douglas Baily is a part-time layer in Anchorage, AK. Traveled to Chili and Argentina in 95. Does some Alaska big game guiding & fishing.
Notes for LANDA (BAILY):
http://www.zoominfo.com/people/Baily_Landa_628278136.aspx
Ms. Landa Baily This is Me
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Alaska Board of Game 
Press Release -- Commissioner Appoints New Executive... 
www.interiorchronicle.com/preleases/200410/ADFG.directora.htm 
Published on: 9/8/2005 Last Visited: 1/5/2006 
(Juneau) - Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADF&G) Commissioner Kevin Duffy today announced the appointment of Landa Baily as the Executive Director for the Alaska Board of Game. 
...
"I am pleased that Landa is joining the department and will be working directly with the Board of Game," said Commissioner Duffy. 
...
"Landa has proven abilities to manage and communicate among people with diverse goals and viewpoints. She is a highly qualified individual with a broad range of experience in various professional capacities. I am confident that she will serve the board, department, and administration well." 
As Executive Director, Ms. Baily will administer the process for the seven-member Board of Game. The Board is responsible for conservation and development of Alaska's game resources. The Executive Director works with active and committed Board members, and a public that has strongly held and divergent views on the issues that the Board considers. 
For the last year, Ms. Baily has been working as Special Assistant to the Commissioner and Legislative Liaison for the Department of Revenue. Prior to that, Ms. Baily worked for the Department of Law as an Assistant Attorney General for two years. Ms. Baily received her J.D. in law and Bachelor of Arts from the University of Oregon. She is trained in international negotiation and conflict resolution, and is a lifelong Alaskan. 
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JuneauEmpire.com: State & Regional: Alaska Digest... 
juneauempire.com/stories/102604/sta_20041026027.shtml 
Published on: 10/26/2004 Last Visited: 10/27/2004 
JUNEAU - Alaska Department of Fish and Game Commissioner Kevin Duffy announced the appointment of Landa Baily as the executive director of the Alaska Board of Game on Monday. 
...
As executive director, Baily will oversee activities by the seven-member Board of Game. The Board is meeting in Juneau to discuss regional and statewide hunting proposals next week. 
The board is responsible for conservation and development of Alaska's game resources. 
For the past year, Baily worked as special assistant to the Commissioner and Legislative Liaison for the Department of Revenue. Prior to that, Baily worked two years for the Department of Law as an Assistant Attorney General. 
A native of Alaska, Baily received her J.D. in law and a B.A. from the University of Oregon. She is trained in international negotiation and conflict resolution. 
Employment History 
Assistant Attorney General2
Department of Law
Board Membership and Affiliations 
Special Assistant To the Commissioner and Legislative Liaison2
Education 
JD, Law1
University of Oregon
Bachelor of Arts1
University of Oregon
Web References 
1. Press Release -- Commissioner Appoints New Executive Director of the Board of Games
www.interiorchronicle.com/preleases/200410/adfg.directora.htm 
Published on: 9/8/2005 Last Visited: 1/5/2006
(Juneau) - Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADF&G) Commissioner Kevin Duffy today announced the appointment of Landa Baily as the Executive Director for the Alaska Board of Game. 
...
"I am pleased that Landa is joining the department and will be working directly with the Board of Game," said Commissioner Duffy. 
...
"Landa has proven abilities to manage and communicate among people with diverse goals and viewpoints. She is a highly qualified individual with a broad range of experience in various professional capacities. I am confident that she will serve the board, department, and administration well." 
As Executive Director, Ms. Baily will administer the process for the seven-member Board of Game. The Board is responsible for conservation and development of Alaska's game resources. The Executive Director works with active and committed Board members, and a public that has strongly held and divergent views on the issues that the Board considers. 
For the last year, Ms. Baily has been working as Special Assistant to the Commissioner and Legislative Liaison for the Department of Revenue. Prior to that, Ms. Baily worked for the Department of Law as an Assistant Attorney General for two years. Ms. Baily received her J.D. in law and Bachelor of Arts from the University of Oregon. She is trained in international negotiation and conflict resolution, and is a lifelong Alaskan. 
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2. JuneauEmpire.com: State & Regional: Alaska Digest 10/26/04 
juneauempire.com/stories/102604/sta_20041026027.shtml 
Published on: 10/26/2004 Last Visited: 10/27/2004
JUNEAU - Alaska Department of Fish and Game Commissioner Kevin Duffy announced the appointment of Landa Baily as the executive director of the Alaska Board of Game on Monday. 
...
As executive director, Baily will oversee activities by the seven-member Board of Game. The Board is meeting in Juneau to discuss regional and statewide hunting proposals next week. 
The board is responsible for conservation and development of Alaska's game resources. 
For the past year, Baily worked as special assistant to the Commissioner and Legislative Liaison for the Department of Revenue. Prior to that, Baily worked two years for the Department of Law as an Assistant Attorney General. 
A native of Alaska, Baily received her J.D. in law and a B.A. from the University of Oregon. She is trained in international negotiation and conflict resolution. 
Endnotes
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Thomas Baily Sr.
Thomas BAILY was a farmer in Brooke County, WV in the early 1800s. Born in Eastern PA sometime in the 1700s, Thomas married three times and had children with each wife.

The name of his first wife is unknown. They had four children:
* Mary Baily married Thomas Allison.
* Robert Baily [could this be the Robert Baily b about 1790 in Brooke Co VA?]
* Isaac Baily was a government land surveyor in Texas. One researcher wondered if Senator Joseph Baily or William Baily of the Barnum and Baily Circus were descendants of Isaac.
* Ruth Baily

Thomas and Mary Farnsworth BAILY
Thomas and Mary had two children before Mary's death, Evan and Jemima. (Also see the Baily - Farnsworth Family Research Notes)

* Evan Baily was born in December 1805 in Brooke County [Internet: Farnsworth Newsletters says December 5th; Sallie Barker and 1871 Atlas says December 16th] and married Elizabeth McHenry whose father, James, was from Ireland. Evan indicated in his biography that his father Thomas was from Chester Co PA.
After their marriage 11 May 1826 (where Jacob and Betty BOTTENBERG stood up with them), Evan and Elizabeth lived in Hancock County, WV near East Liverpool, OH. In 1836 they moved to Illinois, settling in Vermont township of Fulton County, IL. Evan was a carpenter and, between 1844-45, an Illinois State Legislator. He and Elizabeth had 14 children.

E. Baily's farm
More on Baily's in Fulton Co IL


* Nancy BAILY (born 1827?) married Harvey GREGG and had 5 children
* Thomas BAILY married Nancy BOTTENBERG and had 15 children, including Evan B. Baily DDS
* Mary Ann BAILY died, aged 12
* Margaret BAILY married Eliphas HAINES and had 6 children
* Jemima BAILY married John HUGHES and had 3 children
* James Monroe BAILY was a captain of the 103rd Regiment. He was killed at the Kenesaw Mountain Battle during the Civil War
* John BAILY married Addie McCONNELL and had 3 children. They may have lived at Girard (Crawford County) KS
* Robert BAILY married Julia FLEURY and had 6 children:
1- William Lewis Baily
2- Perry Baily
3- Bessie June BAILY who married Reverend B. Y. GEORGE's son, Robert GEORGE (no known relation to Elizabeth George Baily)
4- Lavina BAILY
5- Mary BAILY, born 1900
6- Anna BAILY
* Elizabeth Jane BAILY married John BACON and had 3 children
* Martha C. BAILY married Mr. OSBORNE and had no children
* Isaac BAILY married Catherine BEALE and had 8 children
* Alexander BAILY married Catherine PERRY (?) and had 5 children
* S. A. D. BAILY ("Doug"?) married Demeris MERCHON and had no children
* Sarah Ann "Sallie" BAILY married G. H. BARKER and had 2 children

See the SHORT SKETCHES OF EVAN BAILY'S LIFE. by Sarah "Sallie" Barker

Evan died 17 July 1878 in Fulton County in an accident riding a horse. Elizabeth continued living at the home place in Fulton County where Alex moved in, until her death 4 May 1892.

* Jemima Baily Nixon married Thomas Nixon and lived in southern Illinois.
Thomas BAILY and his third wife
Thomas's last two children were Thomas BAILY (Jr?) and Alexander BAILY.

* Thomas BAILY (Jr) married America CRAIL of Vermont, Fulton County, IL, and had 3 children.

* William BAILY
* George Richard BAILY
* Alexander BAILY
* Alexander Baily married Elizabeth GEORGE, daughter of Reuben and Nancy McCOTTER GEORGE, in Andrew County, MO. They had 7 children before Elizabeth's death.


* Anna Mary "Molly" BAILY, 1848-1933
* Thomas BAILY, 1849-ca1859
* Emma C. BAILY, 1852/54-1922
* Clara BAILY, ca1855-1870
* Amanda Gertrude "Gerty" BAILY, 1857-?
* Eva Jane BAILY, 1865-1960
* Elizabeth G. BAILY, 1867-1867


Alexander had 2 more children with Eliza RAMBO, his second wife. Her name may have been Eliza "Leta" Lockerman, according to James J. Buck. Rambo is the name sited in her obituary.

* Arthur A. BAILY, born in November 1869 KS, and later lived in Seattle, WA.
* Blanche BAILY, born in the 1870s in KS


Thanks for Baily data from Doug Baily, Nathan Baily, Norma F. Jennings, David Bailey

Baily, Bailey DNA reports